Solo Backpacking in New York City III

Solo Backpacking in New York City

This is my last day in New York City. I woke up early, just to take a picture of LOVE sign. Unfortunately I didn’t find the HOPE sign.

solo backpacking New York City Day 3

solo backpacking New York City

Then went to Central Park, I know for a fact that I won’t be able to see much in Central Park, because 2 days is not enough for this. 😊

Maybe next time 😊

Central Park

solo backpacking New York City - central park

solo backpacking New York City - central park

solo backpacking New York City

I almost forgot, there’s an art in 14th St subway πŸ˜ƒ

solo backpacking New York City

solo backpacking New York City

solo backpacking New York City

I went to Time’s Square. Well, I wanted to take a picture of the bleachers πŸ˜….
And I didn’t try to watch a Broadway show, I’m not that eager to watch it anyway 😊

So, I just walk around Time’s Square before going to New Jersey.

solo backpacking New York City - Time's Square

solo backpacking New York City - Time's Square

solo backpacking New York City - Time's Square

solo backpacking New York City - Time's Square

solo backpacking New York City - Time's Square
I want to rest too πŸ˜…

solo backpacking New York City - Time's Square

I was ready to leave the hostel to New Jersey. When my uncle offer to pick me up in my hostel, save me time 😊

After that, they treat me to go to the Liberty 😊.
At Liberty State Park, where we bought our tickets. We paid $18 per adult. Ride the ferry that will take you to Ellis Island and to the Liberty.

There’s a schedule for the ferry, same as the Staten Island Ferry. If you didn’t make it on time, you’ll just need to wait for the next one, no biggie πŸ˜ƒ

I’m not sure if the cost of the ferry from New Jersey City is cheaper than in New York City.

solo backpacking New York City - Statue Cruises

solo backpacking New York City - Ellis Island

solo backpacking New York City - Liberty

solo backpacking New York City - Liberty

solo backpacking New York City - Manhattan Skyline

solo backpacking New York City - Manhattan Skyline

The next day is my flight to Toronto. Time to go back to the hostel..
See you again, New York City πŸ˜ƒ

21 thoughts on “Solo Backpacking in New York City III

  1. I would LOVE to visit New York! I’m not brave enough to go solo on my travels, but now I’m getting married in a couple of months I’ll have to get my hubby to join me on my travels. NYC looks like such an amazing place! Thanks for sharing!

  2. It’s been so long that I haven’t been to New York – your post brings back many lovely memories. I also love Robert Indiana’s art, but also do know only the love-sculpture in New York, didn’t know that there is also a hope one.
    I think that especially travelling the US solo is a piece of cake; whereby I’m going everywhere by myself (hence my blog’s title).

  3. Wow! So many great pictures! You really made New York look even better than I thought. I usually see the dirty parts on TV. Clearly, I’ve never gone. It’s on my bucket list though.

  4. NYC is such a wonderful city that has been on my list. We couldnt visit NYC when we were in the USA a few years back. Looks like you had a great time in the city, with all those wonderful photographs.

  5. NYC, the one and only! I like the fact that this is very much a photo essay. It’s such an interesting city from a photographer’s perspective!

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